The Rubenstein Kiss

The Rubenstein Kiss

London
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SYNOPSIS: 1953. In the midst of the Cold War and with McCarthyisim at its height the world watched as Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were sent to the electric chair for allegedly passing US atomic secrets to the Soviet Union – protesting their innocence to the last. The Rubenstein Kiss is the story of the Rubensteins, a deeply devoted Jewish couple whose Communist idealism leads to their world being torn apart by suspicion and treachery which then echoes through the generations. Phillips’ explosive and affecting drama is the study of conspiracy, betrayal and the interrogation of guilt.

Directed by Joe Harmston

Cast: Ruby Bentall, Stephen Billington, Dario Coates, Katie Eldred, Henry Proffit, Sean Rigby, Eva-Jane Willis

Show Times: Monday- Saturday @7:30pm, Tuesday and Saturday @3pm

Tickets from £14
  • Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one interval
  • Playwright: James Phillips
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